Kanchenjunga Expedition (8598m)
Kanchenjunga lies at east of Nepal at the height of 8598 m. This peak was initially scaled in 1956 by a British team. it is a giant peak and numerous satellite peaks mount from its slim icy crests. Similarly, it is situated at the border of Nepal and Sikkim, about 46 miles North West of Darjeeling. Kanchenjunga has four summits: west summit, Yalung Kang (8420 m) and it is also considered as separate 8000m mountain.
Firstly, three foreigners to discover Kanchenjunga was British Botanist JD Hooker, who explored the region in 1848 and 1849. Discovery of the Sikkim side of the summit sustained with both explorers of Pundit and British mapping as well as capturing photographs till 1899. At the same time, a team led by Douglas fresh field discovers a route of Kanchenjunga and shaped which is still considered as the reliable maps of the area. Similarly, Japanese team climbed Yalung Kang in 1976, 1973 and 1974. However, in 1975 group of German mounted Yalung Kang and a squad of Indian army climbed the summit of Kanchenjunga successfully in 1977.
The trail of North Face is considered as the toughest and the safest to climb. Ascend of Kanchenjunga starts from pleasant Base Camp in the landscape field at 5180m. Initial confront is to fasten lines up to 900m of complicated and diverse mounting to the North Col. This gives the most adorable and challenging ascending of the Kanchenjunga expedition. Once generating a link from and to the North Col we can start to create the three camps to the narrow North ridge. We can start slowly and systematically to the higher peaks by the helping hands of Sherpa's and oxygen. This is one of the extremely pleasing climb for the professional hikers. For more details and information and cost for Kanchenjunga Expedition 8598m. please contact Adventure Mission Nepal at email@example.com
Itinerary in Details
Days 02 - 05: Official Preparation days in Kathmandu
Day 06: Drive to Phidim (3158m). Overnight in camp
Day 07: Stay in Phidim for arrangement of porters
Day 08: Trek to Panchami. Overnight in Camp
Day 09: Trek to Doban. Overnight in Camp
Day 10: Trek to Khewang. Overnight in Camp
Day 11: Trek to Yamphudin. Overnight in Camp
Day 12: Trek to Amje Khola. Overnight in Camp
Day 13: Trek to Toronto. Overnight in Camp
Day 14: Trek to Tseram. Overnight in Camp
Day 15: Trek to Ramje. Overnight in Camp
Day 16: Trek to Glacier Camp. Overnight in Camp
Day 17: Trek to Kanchenjunga B.C.
Days 18 - 20: Free time at B.C. for acclimatization
Day 21 - 51: Climbing Period
Day 52: Return treks to Ramje. Overnght in Camp
Day 53: Trek to Amje Khola. Overnight in Camp
Day 54: Trek to Yamphudin. Overnight in Camp
Day 55: Trek to Khewang. Overnight in Camp
Day 56: Trek to Panchami. Overnight in Camp
Day 57: Trek to Ghopetar. Overnight in Camp.
Day 58: Drive from Gopetar to Kathmandu. Transfer to hotel
Days 59 - 60: Stay in Kathmandu.
Day 61: Final Departure to the Airport
- Equipment allowance, daily allowance & insurance for base camp staff ( climbing Sherpa, cook, kitchen boy and liaison officer )
- Flights to transfer climbing members, staff, liaison officer and cargo of the climbing gear.
- Food and fuel at the base camp
- All camping equipment at the base camp such as, member tent, dining tent, kitchen tent, chairs, tables.
- Trek support for climbing members from Lukla-base camp-Lukla.
- Porters to carry loads from Lukla-base camp-Lukla
- Royalty and peak permit
- Airport arrival and departure
- Accommodation at4 star hotels in Kathmandu before and after the expedition on bed and breakfast basis (BB) plan.
- Farewell dinner in Kathmandu.
- All the government tax.
- High altitude food and fuel above base camp.
- Climbing equipment, tents and personal equipment above base camp.
- Personal accident insurance and emergency rescue operation.
- Hard and soft drinks.
- Tips for all staffs.